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Proposed rates, subject to approval, will be $2/day per vehicle, valid for 24 hours from the time of purchase Monday from 12:00 a.m. through Friday, 11:59 p.m. Parking is free on Saturdays, Sundays and on designated holidays. Parking fees paid on Fridays are valid 72 hours from the time of purchase.
The current schedule is to have the new system in place by summer 2018.
A) Credit Card and Debit Card Payment
i. Proceed to any parking kiosk located in either designated parking lot.
ii. Enter information from the prompt at the kiosk.
iii. Insert your credit or debit card.
iv. Payment for parking is validated for 24 hours; except Friday purchases which are valid for 72 hours.
B) Remotely pay for parking through a mobile parking app.
Instructions will be posted following the selection of a mobile parking app vendor.
Yes. Notification of training dates/times will be posted at the Centerville Train Depot and online at www.fremont.gov/TrainDepotParking once the kiosks have been scheduled to be installed.
Only debit and credit cards will be accepted.
The main parking lot at the Centerville Train Depot Station, as well as the lot directly across on the south side of Peralta Boulevard will be designated paid parking lots.
The program will allow for prioritization of the available parking spaces for plaza users and train riders. Limiting parking specifically for the use of commuters and patrons will enhance security in the parking lot. The limited time permits will give the police department the tools necessary for the enforcement of the parking lot. While the Police Department does not have a dedicated parking enforcement program, police patrols will be increased at the onset of the program and then continue to be balanced with other prioritized calls for service and needs throughout the City on an ongoing basis.
The paid parking fee promotes the use of mass transit by preserving the parking lot for transit users and customers of local businesses.
The Centerville Train Depot Proposed Paid Parking program will be a cost recovery program. The fees collected will go towards the maintenance of the parking lot.
We will be adding an interim overflow parking lot at Peralta Boulevard and Dusterberry Way.
While some adjacent public roadways have open and non-restrictive parking, the police department will patrol and enforce posted parking regulations. The enforcement will be balanced with other prioritized calls for service and needs throughout the City on an ongoing basis.
We are continuing to explore this option.
We are exploring technology to notify users of the parking space availability.
Yes. There will be designated two-hour parking available at no charge for short-term users of the parking lots.